NEW Kitchen Garden Planner

Check out our new, interactive tool for planning a vegetable garden.

The High-Yield Garden is one of six pre-planned gardens in the Kitchen Garden Planner. You can also use the planner to design your own garden.

Here’s some good news! It sounds like more people than ever before are planning to grow a vegetable garden this year. We want make sure that this wave of eager vegetable gardeners will have a fun and rewarding experience right from the start.

Our solution is an easy, interactive planning tool that removes any worries about “What should I grow?” and “How do I start?” Because we know that a raised-bed garden is the easiest and most efficient way to grow vegetables, we based this new tool on the footprint of a 3×6 raised bed garden.

Our Kitchen Garden Planner gives you:

  • six pre-planned vegetable gardens, each with its own planting map
  • an interactive design tool for creating your own customized planting map
  • step-by-step instructions for planting and care
  • a vegetable encyclopedia with 30 different entries
  • recommended supplies and accessories

This new design tool is located right on our website and it’s totally free for anyone to use. Take the 60-second tour to learn about the key features. Use it out yourself or pass it along to friends and family. And let us know what you think of it!

See How It Works!


When your garden is designed, you can print a map that shows exactly what you need to plant.
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7 Responses to NEW Kitchen Garden Planner

  1. Chiot's Run says:

    That’s very cool.

  2. RainGardener says:

    That’s pretty neat. Now I need to go check it out a little better.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Wonderful tool! I have 4’x4′ and 2’x8′ raised beds, so it would be really handy to be able to modify the dimensions of the garden bed.

  4. Anonymous says:

    I’m one of those newbie gardeners so this will be a great help!! Thanks!!Katina

  5. This is a useful idea for beginner gardeners. It looks like gardening is picking up with people wanting to grow their own food. Shirley

  6. Greenscaper says:

    <>Because we know that a raised-bed garden is the easiest and most efficient way to grow vegetables, we based this new tool on the footprint of a 3×6 raised bed garden.<> Not true! Sub-irrigated (aka self-watering) planters of all types (boxes, beds, buckets etc) are more user-friendly, more productive <>and<> save water and time. The only supposed advantage of top-watered DIY raised beds is that they are cheaper.

  7. Great tool… now I’d love to see more veggies, herbs, and floral companions! Could also use “fill-in blanks” for unused spaces – and I could fill in my own plants and growing requirements after I print out.
    Thanks! You really helped me get started this year!

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